Canada’s oilpatch could get a big head start on reducing emissions of a powerful greenhouse gas for a “near zero” cost, says an academic study on the price of methane reduction.
“Industry, as a whole, doesn’t suffer,” said David Tyner, a Carleton University professor whose analysis was presented recently at
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